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Verde, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Pitt St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE4 5TH, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Discover the comfort of student accommodation at the Verde Newcastle, NE4 5TH, perfectly positioned at Pitt St Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Heralded for its convenience and stylish living spaces, the Verde Newcastle offers a variety of room types to suit any preference, including ensuites and studios. Ideally located for students, you'll find INTO Newcastle University, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University Newcastle, just a short commute away, establishing Verde student accommodation as a prime choice for student accommodation in Newcastle upon Tyne.


The city, Newcastle Upon Tyne, is one of the gorgeous cities with a life every student craves and needs, to be very exact. The study-life balance the place offers is one of the best parts of staying in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Known for its energetic nightlife, cultural and architectural wonders, and historic prominence, the city is where every student wants to be. There are plenty of places around that you may discover during weekends or to rewind after a tiring day at school. Some of the noteworthy locations of the historical city are the Newcastle Museum, Newcastle Cathedral, and the Tyne Bridge, among others. If you are a nature lover, the most discoverable places are Roker Park, Hauxley Nature Reserve, and High Force Waterfall to start with. You will find all the conveniences for students alongside a global culture, great food, and an amalgamation of diversity, making it safe, secure and the best place to find your home away from home. Newcastle Upon Tyne, a vibrant urban city acclaimed for academic excellence and lively culture, makes Verde student accommodation an attractive haven for scholars worldwide. With a rich history, the city hosts a significant student population, drawn to its multiple prestigious institutions, such as Newcastle University and Durham University. The Verde is in the heart of this cosmopolitan city, ensuring that residents benefit from educational opportunities and an exciting metropolitan lifestyle.

Features

Experience the pinnacle of student living in the vibrant heart of Newcastle upon Tyne with the Verde student accommodation. This premium property offers an array of top-notch and tailored amenities that ensure every student enjoys comfort, convenience, and a touch of elegance during their academic journey. The property offers a range of ensuites and studios.


The ensuites offer a private room and bathroom, ensuring your personal space is just that—yours. With a shared kitchen, you can whip up your favourite meals and socialise with fellow students. The bedroom comes equipped with a big beds for restful nights and a study desk and chair, creating an ideal environment for focused study sessions. Experience the best of both worlds: privacy when you need it and a vibrant community to share your university journey with. The studios also come with many of these amenities.


Beyond the confines of the private living spaces, Verde accommodation Newcastle also boasts exceptional common facilities. The games area and residents lounge present the perfect social setting to mingle with fellow students, while the on-site cinema room offers an immersive entertainment experience akin to a night out at the movies. For those seeking a quiet place to hit the books, the thoughtful inclusion of a study room provides a conducive environment for study and research. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is seamless with the convenient state-of-the-art gyms designed to cater to all levels of fitness. The on-site laundry facilities simplify the mundane, while cycle storage is perfect to keep your bikes safe. Stay connected with the world and your studies through the property-wide wifi, making coursework and video calls to loved ones back home a breeze. Book your next student home at the Verde Newcastle and embrace a living experience where every detail is crafted for your comfort and success!

Location and What's Hot?

Immerse yourself in the dynamic and spirited atmosphere of the Verde accommodation, where the blend of culture, academia, and lifestyle conveniences provides an exceptional student living experience. Your academic pursuits at esteemed institutions such as Newcastle University, Northumbria University Newcastle, and Newcastle College are complemented by a host of local amenities that enrich your university life beyond the classroom.


Culinary lovers will rejoice at the proximity of coveted eateries like Chilli Padi and Earthlings—The Healing Cafe. Ernest's rustic allure serves as the perfect spot to unwind for those seeking a refined palette or a more laid-back vibe. Constantly buzzing with student energy, the area around your Verde accommodation Newcastle is dotted with cool hangouts like Shearer's Sports Bar & Lounge, Earl of Pitt Street, and The Black and White Bull, where craft beers and friendly locals await.

Stock up on essentials or indulge in a shopping spree just outside your door with stores like Tesco Express and the fashionable Eldon Square. Should you require medical attention, the peace of mind comes with knowing Royal Victoria Infirmary is within reach, ensuring your well-being is never compromised. Take a scenic stroll to Leazes Park or the historic expanse of Town Moor for a tranquil escape from the bustling student life. For a quaint evening, you may choose the Quayside and enjoy the serenity and the beauty of the place. You may also plan a road trip to Durham and Kielder Forest Park during the weekends. For those with a keen interest in culture and history, the legendary Discovery Museum and the iconic Tyne Bridge are part of an impressive list of attractions peppered around the city. The Verde Newcastle is not just about premium student living; it's a ticket to a diverse and enriching lifestyle where experiences and memories are just waiting to be made.

Commute

Living at Verde accommodation ensures that students can effortlessly traverse the vibrant city of Newcastle Upon Tyne. With several public transport stops conveniently situated within a tight radius, you can hop on and off at ease. Whether it's catching a bus for a quick visit to the Quayside or boarding a train for weekend adventures, the connectivity from these accommodations is second to none. One could potentially find themselves at the St. James Metro Station or using the extensive bus network via the Central Station bus stop for daily commutes. Many bus stops are near the Verde, including Barrack Road-St James Park bus stop and Newcastle St James bus stop. Travelling to and from Verde Newcastle is not just about convenience; it's about making the most of your time as a student in this lively city.

What will you get

Bills Included

Water
Heating
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Wifi
Content Insurance Included

Common Amenities

Games Area
Residents Lounge
Cinema Room
On-site Laundry
Cycle storage
Study Room

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I get a Council Tax Exemption Certificate or Registration Certificate?

This is usually given to you when you enrol at University, or you can apply to your Students Services/Registrations office.

Do I need insurance?

Contents insurance is free and is provided by Endsleigh Insurance. You can take a look at the policy terms and conditions and find out what’s covered here. Any enquiries about contents insurance must be directed to Endsleigh.

Do I need a TV Licence?

Yes, you will need a TV Licence. Anyone in the UK watching or recording television as it’s being broadcast or simulcast on any device – including mobiles, laptops and PCs – must, by law, be covered by a valid TV licence. Buying a TV Licence is your own responsibility and is not included in your rent.

Is there Car Parking?

Unfortunately there is no car parking available on site.

Is there a Cycle Store?

Yes, all our accommodation has ample storage for bicycles.

Do I need to be a student?

Only full time students can live. You may be asked to provide proof of your student status and it is very important that you notify us immediately if this changes.

What if I fail my end of year exams/A Levels and the University does not offer me a place for September?

If you provide written evidence from the University, within SEVEN days of your results being published and no later than 1st September (which ever date is the sooner), that you do not have a place they will release you from the contract without penalty and refund the deposit paid. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions.

What if I cannot get a Visa to study in the UK?

Provided, you have NOT collected the keys, and that you have evidence in writing that your application has been refused they will release you from the tenancy and refund the deposit. If the Tenancy has already commenced, and you have NOT collected your keys, you will be charged for the period from the ‘Tenancy Start Date’ to the date you provide us with evidence that you have not been granted a VISA If you have moved into the accommodation prior to your Visa application being declined you will be responsible for the rent until they can find a student to rent your room.

How will I pay my rent?

Rental is paid termly, in advance, by debit or credit card. Tenancy agreements cannot be completed by the Landlord until your payment card details have been provided. This information is needed to complete your online booking and can be given by yourself or by your guarantor. Students who can’t provide a Guarantor who permanently resides in the UK, are required to pay their rent in advance in August, October, December and February.  Please see the tariff for more details. If you’re awaiting a student loan and can’t meet payments as scheduled you should contact us at least 48 hours (Monday to Friday) before the payment is due. You will be liable for all bank and administration charges incurred by the Landlord for failed payments and will be expected to reimburse the Landlord for these charges upon demand.

What date are rental payments due?

Once you have signed up for a room log on to the Accommodation Hub to check your tenancy agreement for the due dates.

Do I need a Guarantor?

Yes, a Parent or legal Guardian resident in the UK must stand as Guarantor. The Guarantor is legally bound to pay any debts accrued during the tenancy if the tenant refuses to pay. Overseas Students who cannot provide a Guarantor please refer to the options provided on the payment tariff.

How long will the tenancy be for?

All accommodation is let on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy and the length of the tenancy will be set out in the Tenancy Agreement.

Can I bring a pet?

Sorry, no pets are allowed.

When can I move in?

You can move in on or after the ‘Tenancy Start Date’ as specified in your tenancy agreement. they will write to you near to the time with more information about collecting your keys and our Reception opening hours.

What items do I need to bring for my room?

All our shared apartments and Studios will be furnished but bedding and personal linen (sheets, duvets, pillows, towels etc.) is not provided. ‘Double’ size bedding is suitable for beds in all rooms. Standard en-suite beds (in shared apartments) measure approx. 120 x 200cm, while Premium, Deluxe and Studio beds measure approx. 140 x 200cm. (Please note that a small number of Studios have beds that measure 120 x 200cm) In a shared apartment there is a TV in the lounge area, while all studios have a Smart TV. All kitchens include microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and freezer. Irons, ironing boards and vacuum cleaners are available. Kitchen utensils (crockery, cutlery, pans, etc.) arenotprovided. You will not be allowed to bring your own fridges, tumble dryers, portable heaters or other large electrical appliances. Chip pans and deep fat fryers are forbidden, as is the use of candles.

How do I order a bedding or kitchen pack?

You can order kitchen and bedding packs online to be delivered direct to your accommodation. The range of packs include bedding, linen, towels, cooking equipment, crockery, cleaning and stationery. You will need to allow time for delivery so place your order as soon as possible! Remember to use discount code RAILYARD10 at checkout to receive 10% off your order.

When do I have to move out?

You have to vacate your accommodation by 11am on the ‘Tenancy End Date’ as specified in your agreement. Anything left in your room after this time will be removed and disposed of.

What if I want to terminate my agreement and move out?

If you wish to terminate your tenancy, they must be notified in writing and you must complete our Re Let Form. You will remain responsible for the rent until a new tenant is found or until the end of the tenancy (whichever is sooner). they will aim to find a new tenant who is both acceptable to us and who is prepared to meet the financial and legal requirements of the tenancy agreement at the current prevailing rent. they can’t always guarantee finding another tenant, as obviously this becomes more difficult as the academic year progresses, however, you are able to suggest a replacement to us. Please note that you will also need to cover all administration charges incurred in reassigning the tenancy.

How do I get my refund?

All authorised refunds are returned to source i.e. the bank or card the payment originate from, and where source can be established. It is recommended that the account/card from which payments are made remains in operation for the duration of the tenancy and a short time thereafter to facility a timely refund. All refunds will be calculated in UK Sterling. The Railyard will not refund any shortfalls due to exchange rate fluctuations, or offer compensation for any bank /agent, or other charges incurred. No refunds will be made in cash.

Can I have visitors?

Unless otherwise stated, bedrooms are for single occupation only. Occasional overnight visitors will be allowed, at the discretion of the management, provided that no disturbance or inconvenience is caused to other occupants. You will be held fully responsible for the actions and behaviour of your visitors.

How fast will my internet be?

Internet (and WIFI) is included in your rent. In the unlikely event it's not fast enough you can upgrade.

Please see the information below:

• Wired Base Speed shall be up to 950Mbps with a typical average of 600Mbps and standard deviation of 110Mbps during peak hours of 20:00-22:00. • Wireless speed are a minimum speed of 100Mbps (subject to device performance).

My Partner and I are both Students; can we share a room or Studio?

At Verde there are a number of studios available for double occupancy at an additional charge of 25% of the total rent.

Can I have parcels delivered to reception?

Pmg will be happy to accept parcels on your behalf. They won't accept anything they think may contain offensive, dangerous, illegal or illicit material, anything that's too big or heavy for them to store or food deliveries. To pick up your parcels you'll need to bring along some photo ID and sign for it. They'll do their best to look after parcels safely but, in the unlikely event of something going wrong, they won't be liable for any damage to, or loss from, any parcel that you've authorised them to accept on your behalf.

How can I get my deposit back?

You will need to make sure that pmg have evidence that you have been exempt from paying Council Tax during your stay with them. You can get a Council Tax exemption certificate from your university to prove this.

Once pmg have this, and they have inspected your room and found no damage they will release your deposit to the Deposit Protection Service or in Scotland the Lettings Protection Service. You can then claim your deposit back from this service (this is a legal requirement in the UK).

How do I return my keys?

You can return your keys to reception in person or you can post them through reception's post box in a key return envelope which you can collect from reception. Please make sure the keys are labelled with your name, room and flat number. If the keys are not returned you will be charged for a replacement key and fob.

You may return your keys before the end of the tenancy, this will not constitute the termination of the agreement and tenants will waive their right to return to the property, to access the accommodation or request keys at any time prior to the end of the tenancy.

Can I store belongings at the property if I am returning next year?

You will need to discuss this with the reception team as it will depend on when your current tenancy ends and the new one begins, and whether someone else will be staying in your room over the summer.

They normally advise students to contact a storage company in the area if they cannot keep their belongings in their room.

What do I need to bring?

• Bring your key collection pass and valid photo ID when you check in (you get your key collection pass by completing your online induction on our website)

• Your accommodation fees must be paid before arrival. If there’s any outstanding money on your account, you’ll have to pay this before you check-in.

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Student Accomodations in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle Upon Tyne Student Accommodation

Exploring appropriate Newcastle student accommodation or housing can be tiresome, but it's not complicated. Students can find a great deal of inexpensive and comfy Newcastle student accommodation options at a reasonable price with amber. Newcastle student accommodation options are found near many world-famous universities, such as Newcastle University and Newcastle College.

There are many comfortable, luxurious, yet budget-friendly housing options. Students benefit from these Newcastle student accommodation options. So research well to find your desired Newcastle student accommodation.

The city comprises everything from luxurious Newcastle student accommodation options to affordable student accommodation options. This student accommodation is further divided into halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private housing. Housing options are also available for this city's students looking for short-term tenancies. It is easier to book short-term housing in this city than in any other city in the United Kingdom. Some of the best options for Newcastle Upon Tyne student accommodation are City Co-Living Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle City, Newcastle, Mansion Tyne, Newcastle, Vita Student Strawberry Place, and Vita Student Westgate, Newcastle.

About Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle, one of England's most famous cities in the North East, is divided into two parts. One is Newcastle Upon Tyne, and the other is Newcastle Under Lyme. Newcastle Upon Tyne is the most recognisable and cosmopolitan city in the UK and is known as Newcastle. It combines an industrial past with gorgeous Georgian architecture, a thriving cultural scene, and vibrant nightlife.

The city's long history spans from the Roman era to its peak as a central industrial hub for coal mining, engineering, and shipping during the 19th century. It maintains its historical roots while offering a contemporary flair. In reality, it is regarded as the modern hub of the area.

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge, the iconic Tyne Bridge, and the well-known Angel of the North sculpture are just a few examples of the city's award-winning buildings that showcase its mechanical ability even with the integration of contemporary features. A great example of local contemporary construction is the concert venue Sage Gateshead.

Newcastle Upon Tyne is also home to several universities which offer the best quality of education in the UK. Some of these universities include Durham University, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds University Business School, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University Newcastle. Various student accommodation options near these universities offer excellent and affordable amenities. For more information, you can also go through our student city guide for Newcastle in 2023!

Best Student Accommodation In Newcastle Upon Tyne

The daily necessities and expenses are enough to distress any student. However, one of the significant prerequisites essential for students is student accommodation. And since every student's requirements vary, most often settle upon a student-oriented locality to spend their college life. Students can find a wide range of housing via the amber website. These accommodation options come fully equipped with a number of amenities that a student may require. Amber also provides students with all the necessary information they need before making a decision, including room types and configurations, localities, nearby universities, amenities offered, policies, and rent structures. You can also go through our blog, which provides the ultimate move-in checklist for students studying abroad, for more information!

Some of the best options for student accommodation in Newcastle Upon Tyne are mentioned below:

1. Newcastle 1

2. St. James' Point

3. St. James' House

4. Oxford House

5. Manor Bank

6. Leazes Parade

7. Quay Point

8. INTO Newcastle University

9. Verde, Newcastle Upon Tyne

10. Bryon Centra

Cost of Living in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle student accommodation is excellent for students. The cost of living in Newcastle is 50% more economical than in any other city in the UK, so good planning and budgeting can help students avoid going over budget. It is advised to have a fixed budget when moving overseas to not only monitor your expenses but also be prepared for any emergencies that may occur! The following are the estimated costs associated with living in Newcastle Upon Tyne:

1. Food: £100-£180/month

2. Gas and electricity: £50-£100/month

3. Internet & mobile phone: £30-£50/month

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £30-£90/week

5. Laundry: £25-£40/week

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £20-£30/week

7. Clothing: £50-£75/month

8. Travel (buses, trams, and trains): £90-£150/month

Student Travel in Newcastle Upon Tyne

As a part of the well-known UK transportation network, this city has fulfilled its obligation to offer an affordable transportation system. These systems are well-equipped and connect to all necessary local and regional parts of the city.

1. Buses: Newcastle only has one service provider for bus services: Stagecoach Bus Services. It is possible to see a bus on every corner of the city because more than 150 buses operate continuously on the roads and highways.

2. Metro: The Tyne and Wear Metro, Britain's first light rail system in Britain, was built in Newcastle in 1980. The City Centre is connected to every neighbouring metropolitan borough by the city's extensive suburban and underground rail network.

3. Water Travel System: Since the city is built around the lovely River Tyne, anyone could have inferred the origin of Newcastle's water transportation system. A fantastic water transportation infrastructure connects this city's International Ferry Terminal and an unusual port called IJmuiden.

4. Taxi: The Newcastle government has also made available to its residents a local taxi system that allows users to order cabs using mobile apps rapidly. The best thing about Newcastle's taxi system is that average fare prices are far lower than in nearby areas of the UK.

5. Walking: Walking is considered one of the best ways to travel in any city. Not only can you keep your health in check, but walking around the city can also help you explore undiscovered places around your university.

6. Cycling: Another preferred mode of transport for students is cycling. Cycling is much more cost-effective than other forms of transportation available in Newcastle Upon Tyne. It is also one of the fastest ways to get to your destination.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle is a central hub for arts, science, and business, which is why it attracts an exciting number of students yearly. It is an energetic city for high-spirited students, which can be seen throughout the year. The city keeps bustling around with its people, spectacular events, and concerts.

The Tyne Bridge is an iconic landmark in Newcastle Upon Tyne. There are nightclubs in the city near the university to chill out and relax with friends. The nightclub Rise and Poly V Posh Bar Crawl have enormous yearly crowds. There are various art galleries and museums to visit. Students can visit the Grainger Market, a hub for local brands from foods to clothes to personal grooming items.

Newcastle Upon Tyne's list of places to visit is always a new addition. The city offers more every day to students and its people. About the food, students can set their date to Stotties, Singin' Hinnies, Craster Kippers, and Tyneside Floddies as they serve the most famous delicacies of Newcastle. They are just the next-door paradise inhabiting the world.

Newcastle Upon Tyne Tourist Attractions

Newcastle has multiple beautiful tourist attractions; it's no wonder it is among the most famous cities in the world. This city has various places, and millions of tourists visit every year. The mesmerising views, historical monuments, green lands, and cultural diversity make it intriguing and draw a large group of people. The student-friendly hubs, pubs, delightful cafes, leisure places, parks and student-efficient clubs attract students to this city. Some popular Newcastle attractions are:

1. Tyneside Cinema

2. King Edward's Bay beach and Cullercoats Bay coastline

3. The Grainger Market

4. The Grey Monument

5. Alnwick Castle

6. St. James' Park

Universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne offer the best quality of education. There are a number of courses available in various fields for students to choose from, which are practical and comprehensive. These are some of the best universities in Newcastle Upon Tyne:

1. INTO Newcastle University

2. Newcastle University

3. Newcastle College

4. Northumbria University

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